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Women are disparately impacted not only by insufficient supplies of water and sanitation but also by gendered inequalities that affect access to those insufficiencies.
It has also rejected claims of entitlement to protection against disparately harmful state actions by women, the disabled, and the elderly.
students will clearly understand the perceived value of their educational decisions), there are risks that some of the best indicators of future income will disparately select against protected classes.
The complaint from the County said, 'HSBC's lending activities are a primary cause of the disparately high number of mortgage loan delinquencies, defaults, foreclosures and/or home vacancies in (Cook County's) communities and neighbourhoods with higher percentages of minority borrower homeowners.
The mediation under the regional bloc, Inter-Governmental Authority on Development or IGAD are disparately trying to cut a deal on the three months old conflict.
Those codes continue disparately to determine employment and income.
And, although Justice Abella referred to a considerable amount of social science evidence concerning the harms of bullying generally and cyberbullying more specifically, (69) nowhere did the Court advert to other findings in those same reports that demonstrate who is disparately likely to be victimized by bullying and cyberbullying.
They have manipulated facially neutral laws to disparately punish, control, and marginalize blacks and to undercut our political participation.
From Khyber to Waziristan and from Mohmand to Bajaur and other parts of the tribal regions the ongoing war against terror has disparately created, sustained and reproduced impairments.
They stressed that peace is need of the hour and it is disparately needed for development.
The largest Ford Expedition weighs more than 6,000 pounds--twice as much as a Toyota Prius--and accidents have increasingly pitted such disparately sized automobiles against each other.